Qatar Fuel (WOQOD), through its affiliate company WOQOD Marine, owns and operated a number of product vessels for trading within Qatari waters and the region generally. These include:
- Two Bitumen vessels with two more on order to arrive late 2016
- Three product vessels for ship-to-ship deliver of heavy and light fuel oil
- A purpose designed marine lubricant, water and diesel vessel under construction expected to be operational in late 2016
All vessels are accredited by international agencies to exceed required safety standards.
Bunker fuel quality is strictly monitored and provided to customers through a dedicated sales team.
Marine Residual Fuels
|Density at 15 deg. C||Kg/m3||Max||991|
|Viscosity at 50 deg. C||Mm2/s||Max||380|
|Micro Carbon Residue||%||Max||18|
|Flash Point||Deg C||Min||60|
|Pour Point||Deg C||Max||30|
|Pour Point Winter||Deg C||Max||30|
|Aluminium + Silicon||Mg/kg||Max||80|
|Total Sediment Potential||% m/m||Max||0.10|
Note : A sulfur limit of 1.5% m/m will apply in Sox Emission Control Areas designated by the International Maritime Organization, when its relevant Protocol comes into force. There may be local variations. The Fuel shall be free of ULO.
A Fuel is considered to be free of ULO if one or more of the elements are below the limits. All three elements shall exceed the limits before deemed to contain ULO.
Source : ISO 8217 Third Edition 2005-11-01
Petroleum Products – Fuel – Specifications of Marine Fuels